YMCA of Greater Seattle

Job Listings


Here are our current job openings. Please click on the job title for more information, and apply from that page if you are interested.

Use this form to perform another job search

The system cannot access your location for 1 of 2 reasons:
  1. Permission to access your location has been denied. Please reload the page and allow the browser to access your location information.
  2. Your location information has yet to be received. Please wait a moment then hit [Search] again.
Click column header to sort

Search Results Page 1 of 1

Job Locations US-WA-Auburn
Posted Date 1 day ago(1/26/2021 1:22 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Develops strong collaborative community relationships and provides extensive information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   Seeking applicants with availability for our day shift, Wednesday - Sunday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2021-11127
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Auburn
Posted Date 5 days ago(1/22/2021 1:12 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary This Case Manager Lead position is a unique opportunity to provide support to multiple programs within our Arcadia and South King County Youth Shelter programs that serve youth and young adults at all stages including homelessness prevention, emergency shelter and long-term transitional housing. The Arcadia Programs sites include a Drop-In Center, Emergency Shelter, Permanent Supportive Housing and access to Behavioral Health resources. As the Case Manager Lead, you will help support low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in develop the skills to live independently.  Providing program coordination, operational support and staff supervision.  Assists program directors in advancing program and operational goals.  Provides program participants with a welcoming and supportive environment. This position will be supporting multiple programs and will be expected to be flexible with their schedule and working on site at various locations. Weekend and evening work availability is required.     This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2021-11111
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 5 days ago(1/22/2021 6:35 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary You will provide case management services to clients enrolled in the YMCA Permanency Programs, including traditional/long-term foster care, extended foster care, therapeutic foster care, intensive in-home stabilization services, and outpatient mental health. Case management services include coordinating or providing services to enable the child and caregivers to utilize medical, educational, social, clinical, and other services necessary for maintaining the child's physical, psychological, and/or developmental health. Case management services are provided to families in King, Pierce, and Snohomish Counties.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2021-11086
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/14/2021 2:58 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Provides comprehensive, short-term crisis outreach services to children and families in King County with children experiencing a mental health or behavioral emergency. On an established rotation and as a part of a team, serves client families 24 hours per day, seven days per week, 365 days per year in all parts of King County. Stabilizes the initial crisis, provides intensive support and links the family to ongoing formal and informal support systems.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2021-11083
Address
3401 Rainier Ave. South
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/13/2021 7:57 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Provides comprehensive, short-term crisis outreach services to children, families and young adults in King County experiencing a mental health or behavioral emergency. Stabilizes the initial crisis, provides intensive support and links the participant to ongoing formal and informal support systems. This position ensures children, families and young adults in King County are supported through and out of crisis situations safely and with minimal disruption to their lives. Children families and young adults leave the program stabilized with new skills, awareness of their strengths, and stronger systems of support. This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2021-11082
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Part-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/13/2021 7:53 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary This unique position provides brief, home-based intensive stabilization services to the families of children/youth (ages 2-20) with developmental disabilities in King County. Child and Family Intervention Specialist within this program work with the entire family to provide support managing challenging behavior, assisting in building communication skills, increasing safety and structure within the home.    Child and Family Intervention Specialist works directly with families to identify strengths, instill hope and help families develop resiliency. Clinicians who enjoy thinking creatively and working in the community are highly encouraged to apply. This position is part of a small team which includes Parent Partners as well as Behavior Specialists for stabilization within this short-term model. This is a full time, salaried position. Licensed, experienced supervision and training is available. Hours of work and days are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  We require our staff to be available several evenings per week to meet family needs.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2021-11081
Address
3401 Rainier Ave. South
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/13/2021 2:20 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Founded in 1876, the YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS) seeks to build a community where all people, especially the young, are encouraged to develop to their fullest potential in mind, body, and spirit. YGS is an inclusive organization with a shared commitment to nurture the potential of youth, promote healthy living, and foster social responsibility.   YGS has responded to the region’s most critical social needs for more than 140 years. In 2019, we reached 265,000 people of all backgrounds, abilities, and financial circumstances. Through its 14 branches and two overnight camps, YGS provides affordable, world-class programs spanning health and wellness, youth development, and social responsibility. YGS staff help youth reach their full potential through a wide variety of programs including overnight camps, youth-in-government, and before and after-school care. YGS also operates a powerful array of less well-known support services for at-risk-youth and young adults, offering them case management, transitional housing, mental health care and life skills. At the end of 2017, YGS was serving 1 in 4 kids and teenagers in the region and was King County’s largest provider of transitional housing for youth. YGS is the 8th largest Y association in the country, with a total operating budget of over $100 million.   YGS is a dynamic, growing organization that has steadily expanded its reach and impact. In response to escalating challenges across the region, YGS has grown its network of branch facilities and broadened its social services offerings, including mental health and rapid response programs, to provide more support for children and families in crisis. Using methods proven to deliver meaningful outcomes, YGS branch staff work closely with local leaders to design the mix of programs and services best suited to the unique needs of each community. YGS offers generous financial assistance for all fee-based programs; currently, 32% of all members receive financial assistance.   YGS is nationally recognized for developing innovative programs replicated throughout the country, and it is at the forefront of innovative partnerships with local government, health care systems, physicians, and other nonprofits across King County - all of whom look to YGS as a trusted partner. This year, YGS made a public pledge to deepen our commitment to becoming an anti-racist organization. Thus far, our work has included issuing a community apology, educating ourselves, having hard conversations, and eliminating oppression barriers to support staff. We are taking the following steps to this critical work: Owning our organizational history of painful truths, to learn, grow, and heal our community. We are establishing an Equity and Justice Center of Excellence, and actively recruiting for an Equity & Justice Officer. Our Board of Directors has issued a board statement of support and pledged $1 million, as the anchor of a $10 million goal, to seed the initial investment in our vision of this new center.   YGS is more than a mission - it’s a movement powered by an unwavering belief that everyone deserves a fair chance in life. For more information, visit https://www.seattleymca.org/.   Financial and Operational Highlights for 2019 2019 Impact Statement ·         14 branches, two overnight camps, and 200+ program sites ·         Served 1,062 participants in chronic disease prevention programs ·         Delivered swimming lessons to 12,686 people ·         Provided social services to 4,514 teens and young adults ·         Taught more than 28,000 people new skills through camping & outdoor leadership programs ·         Served 215,485 meals/snacks to low-income children, adults, and families ·         3,500 full and part-time employees ·         $110M operating budget, with solid track record of financial sustainability ·         $33M+ endowment, $22M+ reserves   Position Overview   YGS seeks a dynamic, mission-driven operational leader as its next Chief Financial Officer (CFO). They will provide strategic leadership and support to the Chief Executive Officer along with leadership and direction for the financial, information technology, and risk management operations of the organization. The CFO serves as a senior advisor to the CEO and reports directly to the CEO on a wide variety of organizational, special projects, and initiatives. The CFO will proactively provide a clear and actionable financial strategy to execute on the vision and mission the organization. In close partnership with the highly collaborative YGS senior leadership team, the CFO is expected to build upon the organization’s success, constructing and fulfilling all assigned financial and operational objectives. They will be comfortable motivating, communicating, and influencing at all levels and in a multitude of environments to ensure fiscal responsibility balanced with equitable mission investments. This executive will operate with the highest levels of integrity, honesty, and personal standards and ethics.   The CFO for YGS is responsible for the successful management of the day-to-day operations of the Accounting, Finance, Procurement, Risk Management, and Information Technology groups in one of the largest YMCAs in the United States. The position is also responsible for reporting to the Associations Finance, Investment, and Insurance Committees and managing Capex budgeting and spending. This position will also be responsible for coordinating and delivering the financial resources necessary for new facility development. We are seeking a proven CFO with strong voice who is a leader, influencer, and team player among their peers. The ideal CFO candidate is a strategic thinker who instinctively plans ahead, diligently pursues opportunities, drives change management, and executes with ease. S/he will be comfortable motivating, communicating, and influencing at all levels and in a multitude of environments. This executive will operate with the highest levels of integrity, honesty, and personal standards and ethics.   The CFO will demonstrate the following attributes:   - Strengthen the Y’s culture by demonstrating the values of the Y - honesty, caring, respect, responsibility, and passion for excellence - in every aspect of work - Deep commitment to the mission of the YMCA, its members and the communities served - Proven champion of social responsibilities, diversity, and inclusion; model cultural competence and support diversity, effectively working with people of different backgrounds, abilities, opinions, and perceptions - Develop Self and Others; demonstrate executive team leadership and management, teamwork and personal accountability, seeking and providing feedback, coaching, and resources for development - Strategic, results-oriented, growth focus and strong work ethic; take the initiative and hold self and others accountable to meet or exceed quantitative and qualitative goals relating to operations, people (employees and members), philanthropy, finance, and volunteerism - Responsible for continuous quality improvement of branch operations - Facilitate change, seek opportunities in the change systems process, model adaptability, and lead transition and transformation in support of the Y’s mission - Inspire others; promote creativity, generate excitement, and reward risk taking, while consistently demonstrating a high level of emotional maturity, maintaining a positive attitude and building strong relationships - Culture influencer, trust builder, pacesetter, change maker at the systems level, and community connector - Passionate community organizer and advocate - Big thinker at the systems level to drive sustainable social change - Strong leader with the ability to effectively execute and communicate a vision for both the short- and long-term direction of the organization’s branches - Established reputation as a diplomatic leader who is able to transcend personal politics, engage a wide range of ideologies, and build consensus and community - Ability to work through political barriers, build consensus, and enact change - Proven people management and development skills and ability to play a day-to-day role in directing staff - Eloquent, articulate, and persuasive communication style (oral and written) - Excited to work collaboratively in a matrix organization with other SLT members are partners and influencers in the organization and community.
ID
2021-11079
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 1 week ago(1/19/2021 11:06 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary This position ensures safety, cleanliness, and a positive social environment for young adults sharing within our Young Adults In Transition Programs (YAIT). Supports the residents in managing household responsibilities, and monitors their activities. Encourages the transition of young adults to more independent housing settings.  Teaches independent living skills to program participants and creates skill practice opportunities.      This opening is for our overnight shifts- Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday: 9pm-5am. Parking is assigned and paid for while on shift.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2021-11027
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/11/2021 2:36 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Y is seeking a dedicated individual for the position of Family Support Case Aide. This role provides general support for children, youth and their families in the Y Social Impact Center foster care programs. The Family Support Case Aide works closely with and assists caregivers and assigned team members to provide general supervision and support in home and community environments, Parent/Child Visitation Services, and general transportation support.   This is a part-time/on-call position, with a maximum of 25 hours per week. Shift availability is variable, and will generally be weekdays, weekends, early mornings, and evenings as needed depending on the needs of enrolled youth/families.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2021-11014
Address
3401 Rainier Ave. South
Job Type
On-Call
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/12/2021 12:00 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary This Case Manager position is a great opportunity to join a dynamic and dedicated team in our Young Adult Services department of the Social Impact Center Y. This role is one within our Rapid Re-Housing Program that will provide case management and support the program by preforming some housing locater duties and responsibilities. You will support low-income young adults (18-24 years old) who are or have experienced homelessness as well as other systems, such as foster care and criminal justice systems in developing the skills to live independently. Providing case management services that are youth-centered and youth-driven, and include supporting each participant achieve their goals toward safe and stable housing, employment, education, navigating systems, building community, and developing life skills as they strive for self-sufficiency. Housing location support will include developing and maintaining relationships with rental properties throughout King County that work with the young adult population and completing housing quality standard inspections.   This is a full-time position, and hours of work and days are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Hours can be flexible. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2021-11012
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Auburn | US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 1 month ago(12/22/2020 7:15 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary This is an on-call position which ensures safety, cleanliness, and a positive social environment for three to five young adults sharing a residence. Lives in the house, supports the residents in managing household responsibilities, and monitors their activities. Encourages the transition of young adults to more independent housing settings.  Teaches independent living skills to program participants and creates skill practice opportunities.      This is an on-call position which must have ability to support coverage at sites in North and South King County. Seeking applicants mainly to support overnight shifts.    This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2020-10976
Job Type
On-Call
Job Locations US-WA-Tacoma
Posted Date 1 month ago(12/15/2020 6:27 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Y’s Social Impact Center is seeking a motivated, skilled and caring individual for the role of Case Manager II for the Arlington Apartments. Arlington Apartments are located in Tacoma, WA and owned by the Tacoma Housing Authority (THA).The building has 58 units of housing designed for young adults. This position will work within a team to provide case management services to residents at Arlington Apartments. Services include supporting each participant to achieve their goals towards maintenance of safe and stable housing, employment, education, navigating resources, building community, and developing life skills as they strive for self-sufficiency.    Candidates with direct experience working with young adults (18-24) who are experiencing homeless is preferred but not required. This position will actively engage in the tenant referral process, and ongoing case management of tenants. This position will build and collaborate with other programs within the Y and other external community organizations, along with cultivate and foster working relationships with THA on-site staff.     POSITION TYPE/EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK This is a full-time position, and hours of work and days will be Sunday-Thursday (overnight shift) 11:30 p.m. to 8 a.m. Hours may flex as program requirements need.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2020-10911
Address
3801 Portland Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 1 month ago(12/15/2020 4:08 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Alive and Free Case Manager position is a great opportunity to join a dynamic and dedicated team in our Young Adult Services department of the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of the YMCA of Greater Seattle. The Alive and Free Case Manager builds relationships with youth and young adults (16-24 year olds) throughout King County involved in gangs, violence and the juvenile justice system as well as other systems such as foster care and homelessness system and helps connect them to services. Case management services are youth-centered and youth-driven, and include supporting each participant achieve their goals toward safe and stable housing, employment, education, navigating systems, building community, and developing life skills as they strive for self-sufficiency.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2020-10910
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 months ago(12/7/2020 1:04 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Outreach Workers locate and build relationships with youth involved in gangs, violence and the juvenile justice system and help youth connect to services. Outreach Workers also support youth impacted by incidents of youth violence. This role is a part of the Alive & Free violence prevention program of the Social Impact Center Y. Alive & Free builds meaningful relationships with youth involved in gangs, violence and the juvenile justice system and connects youth to people and services that help them stay Alive & Free. Core hours for the role are Monday - Friday with flexiblity for night or weekends as needed.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.
ID
2020-10893
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 months ago(12/3/2020 12:02 AM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.     About the YMCA of Greater Seattle Founded in 1876, the YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS) seeks to build a community where all people, especially the young, are encouraged to develop to their fullest potential in mind, body, and spirit. YGS is an inclusive organization with a shared commitment to nurture the potential of youth, promote healthy living, and foster social responsibility.   YGS has responded to the region’s most critical social needs for more than 140 years and in 2019, reached 265,000 people of all backgrounds, abilities, and financial circumstances. Through its 14 branches and two overnight camps, YGS provides affordable, world-class programs spanning health and wellness, youth development, and social responsibility. YGS staff help youth reach their full potential through a wide variety of programs including overnight camps, youth-in-government, and before and after-school care. YGS also operates a powerful array of less well-known support services for at-risk-youth and young adults, offering them case management, transitional housing, mental health care and life skills. At the end of 2017, YGS was serving 1 in 4 kids and teenagers in the region and was King County’s largest provider of transitional housing for youth serving 450 youth experiencing homelessness every night. YGS is the 8th largest Y association in the country, with a total operating budget of over $100 million in 2019.   YGS is a dynamic, growing organization that has steadily expanded its reach and impact. In response to escalating challenges across the region, YGS has grown its network of branch facilities and broadened its social services offerings, including mental health and rapid response programs, to provide more support for children and families in crisis. Using methods proven to deliver meaningful outcomes, YGS branch staff work closely with local leaders to design the mix of programs and services best suited to the unique needs of each community. YGS offers generous financial assistance for all fee-based programs; currently, 32% of all members receive financial assistance.   YGS is nationally recognized for developing innovative programs replicated throughout the country, and it is at the forefront of innovative partnerships with local government, health care systems, physicians, and other nonprofits across King County – all of whom look to YGS as a trusted partner. This year, YGS made a public pledge to deepen our commitment to becoming an anti-racist organization. Thus far, our work has included acknowledging our history, , educating ourselves, convening community conversations, and eliminating oppressive and inequitable barriers to support members and staff. We are taking the following steps to this critical work: • Owning our organizational history of painful truths, to learn, grow, and heal our community. • Establishing an Equity and Justice Center of Excellence, and actively recruiting for an Equity & Justice Officer. • Our Board of Directors has issued a board statement of support and pledged $1 million, as the anchor of a $10 million goal, to seed the initial investment in our vision of this new center.   YGS is more than a mission - it’s a movement powered by an unwavering belief that everyone deserves a fair chance in life. For more information, visit https://www.seattleymca.org/   Financial and Operational Highlights for 2019 • 2019 Impact Statement • 14 branches, two overnight camps, and 200+ program sites • Served 1,062 participants in chronic disease prevention programs • Delivered swimming lessons to 12,686 people • Provided social services to 4,514 teens and young adults • Taught more than 28,000 people new skills through camping & outdoor leadership programs • Served 215,485 meals/snacks to low-income children, adults, and families • 3,500 full and part-time employees • $110M operating budget, with solid track record of financial sustainability • $33M+ endowment, $22M+ reserves   Position Overview YGS seeks a dynamic, mission-driven operational leader as its next Chief Development Officer (CDO). They will serve as a member of the President/CEO’s senior leadership team providing strategic and tactical leadership in financial development to advance the Association’s mission, vision, and goals and lead the financial development center of excellence for YGS. The CDO establishes development strategies and best practices for YGS and fosters a culture of philanthropy within the organization. The CDO will lead the development and building of an actively engaged and effective fundraising community comprised of board members, volunteers, and staff. The CDO will position the YMCA as an anchor provider of community solutions and charity of choice for social impact investment throughout the Greater Seattle community. We are seeking a proven fundraiser and strategic thinker who can translate strategy to execution and results, direct change management, and excited to build relationships with the donor community with ease. They will be comfortable motivating, communicating, and influencing at all levels and in a multitude of environments. This executive will operate with the highest levels of integrity, honesty, and personal standards and ethics.    
ID
2020-10879
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 months ago(11/23/2020 10:17 AM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Provides administrative and clinical supervision of direct service staff and interns for our Children’s Crisis Outreach Response System (CCORS) program.  Participates actively on department and branch management teams.  This position works occasional evenings and weekends and shares responsibility for the after-hours on-call rotation with other clinical supervisors. This position ensures a seamless system of high quality rapid response, assessment, intervention, and referral for King County children and families.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.  
ID
2020-10848
Address
3401 Rainier Ave. South
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 1 month ago(12/28/2020 2:09 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity   The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.     Job Summary  Our Mission at the YMCA of Greater Seattle is to build a community where all people, especially the young can achieve their fullest potential in spirit, mind and body.      We have an awesome opportunity to serve as a the very first step in achieving that mission.  We have an opening for the critical position of the Bilingual Association Support Center Navigator.  In this role, you will represent and be the voice of the YMCA of Greater Seattle to current and prospective members, program participants, donors and the community.  Working collaboratively with internal departments you will understand the ins and outs of YMCA of Greater Seattle programs and services and delight customers with your wealth of knowledge, exceptional customer service and unwavering positivity.     The successful candidate will love working in a fast-paced, solutions-oriented environment that promotes and values critical thinking, problem solving, and collaboration. You will excel at customer service and engagement through written and verbal communication in multiple languages, including answering incoming calls and responding to emails with the potential for sales- and retention-related outreach in the future. You will understand, implement and uphold Standard Operating Procedures for all policies and programming of YGS.     Work Environment Most work is performed in a normal YMCA Branch or Association (corporate) office environment. However, this position may work remotely due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We will continue to seek guidance from local public health agencies and reserve the right to make adjustments to work location as needed.    
ID
2020-10796
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Part-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 1 month ago(12/28/2020 2:06 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity   The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.     Job Summary  Our Mission at the YMCA of Greater Seattle is to build a community where all people, especially the young can achieve their fullest potential in spirit, mind and body.      We have an awesome opportunity to serve as a the very first step in achieving that mission.  We have an opening for the critical position of the Bilingual Association Support Center Navigator.  In this role, you will represent and be the voice of the YMCA of Greater Seattle to current and prospective members, program participants, donors and the community.  Working collaboratively with internal departments you will understand the ins and outs of YMCA of Greater Seattle programs and services and delight customers with your wealth of knowledge, exceptional customer service and unwavering positivity.     The successful candidate will love working in a fast-paced, solutions-oriented environment that promotes and values critical thinking, problem solving, and collaboration. You will excel at customer service and engagement through written and verbal communication in multiple languages, including answering incoming calls and responding to emails with the potential for sales- and retention-related outreach in the future. You will understand, implement and uphold Standard Operating Procedures for all policies and programming of YGS.     Work Environment Most work is performed in a normal YMCA Branch or Association (corporate) office environment. However, this position may work remotely due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We will continue to seek guidance from local public health agencies and reserve the right to make adjustments to work location as needed.    
ID
2020-10795
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 4 months ago(9/30/2020 6:32 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   About the YMCA of Greater Seattle   Founded in 1876, the YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS) seeks to build a community where all people, especially the young, are encouraged to develop to their fullest potential in spirit, mind, and body.  YGS is an inclusive organization with a shared commitment to nurture the potential of youth, promote healthy living, and foster social responsibility.    YGS has responded to the region's most critical social needs for more than 135 years and currently reaches 230,000 people of all backgrounds, abilities, and financial circumstances.  Through its 13 branches and two overnight camps, YGS provides affordable, world-class programs spanning health and wellness, youth development, and social responsibility.  YGS staff help youth reach their full potential through a wide variety of programs including overnight camps, Youth and Government, and before and after-school care.  YGS also operates a powerful array of less well-known support services for at-risk-youth and young adults, offering them case management, transitional housing, mental health care and life skills.  YGS serves 1 in 4 youth in king County, and is the region's largest provider of transitional housing for youth and young adults.  YGS is the 8th largest Y association in the country, with a total operating budget of over $100 million.   YGS is a dynamic, growing organization that has steadily expanded its reach and impact.  In response to escalating challenges across the region, YGS has grown its network of branch facilities and broadened its social services offerings, including mental health and rapid response programs, to provide more support for children and families in crisis.  using methods proven to deliver meaningful outcomes, YGS branch staff work closely with local leaders to design the mix of programs and services best suited to the unique needs of each community.  YGS offers generous financial assistance for all fee-based programs; currently 32% of all members receive financial assistance.    YGS is nationally recognized for developing innovative programs replicated throughout the country, and it is at the forefront of innovative partnerships with local government, health care systems, physicians, and other non profits across King County - all of whom look to YGS as a trusted partner.    YGS is more than a mission - it's a movement powered by an unwavering belief that everyone deserves a fair chance in life.  For more information, visit https://www.seattleymca.org/.   Financial and Operational Highlights for 2019 - 13 branches, two overnight camps, and 200+ program sites - $9.2 million invested back into local communities. - Served 1,062 participants in chronic disease prevention programs - Delivered swimming lessons to 12,686 people. - Provided social services to 4,514 teens and young adults - Taught 28,000 people new skills through outdoor leadership programs - Served 215,485 meals/snacks to low-income children, adults, and families - 3,500 approx. full and part-time employees - Over $100M operating budget, with solid track record of financial sustainability            YGS seeks an Equity and Justice Officer (EJO) who will work in collaboration with the CEO and Senior Leadership Team (SLT) to build, launch, and manage the YGS Equity and Justice Center of Excellence, which will educate, advocate and share learning to disrupt systemic racism and achieve equity and justice in YGS and the communities we serve. The EJO will lead, develop and execute the Association’s social-responsibility plans, which include global excellence, equity, diversity, inclusion, volunteerism, international and local community engagement, and social-responsibility strategies across YGS and its branches and departments. The EJO  develops and deploys tactics to further equity, justice, and social-responsibility strategies, and directs international partnerships and related programs. The EJO  will develop and lead YGS’s strategy to guide YGS and the communities we serve to become anti-racist and build and engage community collectives to disrupt systemic racism, inequities and biases in our region and beyond. The EJO  will develop and execute YGS strategies to weave equity and justice into everything we do and everywhere we do it. The EJO  will lead and manage YGS’s participation on related local, national and international councils, committees, coalitions, etc. The EJO , in collaboration with the SLT, will provide a clear and actionable strategy to execute on the vision for the organization. In close partnership with the highly collaborative YGS senior leadership team, the EJO  is expected to build upon the organization’s success and origin stories, constructing and fulfilling all assigned financial and operational objectives. The EJO  will be comfortable motivating, communicating, and influencing at all levels and in a multitude of environments. This executive will operate with the highest levels of integrity, honesty, personal standards and ethics.   The position will be based at headquarters in Seattle, WA. Approximately 20 -40% travel is expected.     Y
ID
2020-10692
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time

Need help finding the right job?

We can recommend jobs specifically for you! Click here to get started.